May 31st, 2016 | Sterling
Learn the Latest Strategies to Support Loss Prevention in our June Webinar
While most companies seek out the best in people, all businesses run the risk of being affected by fraud. In fact, according to the 2016 Global Economic Crime Survey by PwC, “more than one in three (36%) of organisations experienced economic crime in the past 24 months.” With a little more than 1/3 of companies experiencing fraud, businesses are looking for new strategies to support loss prevention.
Once fraud is detected, these investigations usually make their way back to hiring practices, security protocols and employee performance. But, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) Report to the Nations 2016 study, 88% of people who commit fraud don’t have prior convictions, making it harder to be proactive when it comes to fraud prevention.
Join us at 2:00 PM BST on Wednesday, June 7 to learn how you can help support loss prevention at your company. We are bringing together Jacob Parks (Associates General Counsel, ACFE), John Warren (VP and General Counsel, ACFE) and Chelsey Franks (VP of Investigations, Bishops Services, Inc.) to provide the latest thought-leadership and guidance on how to support loss prevention, which includes:
- Common behavioral red flags typically displayed by perpetrators
- Where occupational fraud typically originates
- How each industry is affected differently
- Ways to create a safe environment for whistleblowers
- Risks associated with not screening your employees
Don’t forget that your registration guarantees a complimentary playback to share with your colleagues for 24/7 access. We look forward to seeing you on June 7.
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